when our routine is interrupted, we tend to react. many make the mistake and overreact. many feel an overwhelming fear that this is “the end” of life. but it is only the end of life as we know it. everything flows.
don’t allow fear to cloud your vision.
be still. feel your roots. breathe in deeply and exhale fully. three times.
assess the situation. what is really there? what do you have, what do you need? take a moment to write it down.
be careful with the answer to the last question.
what do you really need? are you sure?
then, draw lines between what you have and what you need. re-arrange the list if you have to.
the needs that are not met? circle the most important one. take one small step to take you there.
Author: the~ki~line: balance and transformation in transition
i do not believe in capitalization, because why should "i" be bigger than "you"?
i am the sum of my beliefs and more.
i believe in fairness and honesty, but i take nothing for granted. when i encounter exceptional fairness, honesty, and human kindness, i am moved beyond words.
i believe we all have what we need to be happy and feel purposeful and fulfilled, but sometimes we have a hard time accessing this well of wealth within us, and sometimes it helps if someone sheds a light and helps us get to it.
i want to be that person for others, the one who holds the torch or helps design a way through obstacles, a key (ki) to the solutions to what one considers a problem.
i am a forever learner, and will probably always travel and move on a quest for more knowledge and more insight.
i am driven by a perpetual sense that things can be improved.
i enjoy learning new processes, languages, exploring places, cultures, and i always thrive on "other".
other traditions, progressive innovation, indigenous cultures, languages.
and - i love to share what i learn.
i am self. aware.
all photos (c) ki woyke.
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